With Cinco de Mayo just a week away, we over at Foobooz Headquarters decided we could no longer put off going through the folder we had marked, “Cinco de Mayo: Deal With Later,” in our emails. So here it is you tequila and guacamole guzzling heathens: your guide to Philly’s Cinco de Mayo.
Cinco de Mayo Street Festival at El Rey: The Stephen Starr restaurant is hosting its first ever, all-day (5/5, 2pm-10pm) street festival, featuring Mexican street food (think tacos, quesadillas, nachos, corn, margaritas and agua fresca), live mariachi music, piñatas and giveaways. The festival will be on the 2000 block of Ranstead Street.
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Have you ever just wanted to impress your friends with your cocktail concocting skills? Well, here’s your chance to become your own personal genius mixologist (at least in your opinion).
The Ranstead Room is once again hosting their cocktail class series. Every Monday, head bartenders Anna Henderer and Derek Moorer will host a class focused on cocktail fundamentals and techniques surrounding a particular spirit.
The classes are $68 per person, which includes five cocktails, take-home bags and bar snacks–plus all the education you walk away with. The take-home bag will have goodies like bar tools, glassware and cocktail recipe cards. Classes begin at 6 p.m. and end at 7:30 p.m.
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Celebrate Mexican Independence Day by joining El Rey at their six-course tequila dinner on September 15th. Featuring tequila cocktail pairings, the dinner is priced at $55 per person. El Rey recommends reservations, which can be made at (215) 563-3330.
Check out the dinner menu below »